Supreme Court upholds Trump travel ban

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ㅤ"President Trump’s travel ban is both legal and constitutional, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, reversing a series of anti-Trump decisions by lower courts and delivering a landmark win for the White House.
ㅤThe 5-4 decision recognizes Mr. Trump has broad powers to block foreigners from entering the U.S., giving the administration a boost as it tries to fend off myriad lawsuits over its get-tough immigration policies.
ㅤAnd the court refused to hold Mr. Trump’s tweets and other campaign-era anti-Muslim comments against him now that he’s in office, saying judges usually take the President’s actions on their face. They ruled the travel ban was facially neutral, not the ‘Muslim ban’ his critics had said.
ㅤ’The text says nothing about religion,’ Chief Justice John G Roberts Jr. wrote for the majority."ㅤ

Full story at The Washington Times, image from marfeel(.com) – 6/26/18. See "extreme vetting, justices, national-security, scotus, supreme court, travel ban, vetting."ㅤHome

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Extreme vetting: State Dept. to demand tourists’ social media history

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ㅤ”The State Department will publish new rules this week that would require most visitors and immigrants to the U.S. to turn over their recent social media histories, carrying out one of President Trump’s key security enhancements from his extreme vetting executive order.
ㅤTravelers would also be asked to list previous phone numbers, email addresses and international travel during the previous five years, and to detail any immigration problems they’ve had, whether with the U.S. or elsewhere. They’ll also be asked about potential family connections to terrorism.
ㅤAnd in a striking human rights move, would-be immigrants from countries where female genital mutilation is prevalent would be directed to a website ensuring they’re aware the practice — common in some African countries — is illegal in the U.S.”


Full story at The Washington Times, image from marfeel(.com) – 3/29/18. Tags: immigrants, immigration, immigration reform, mass migration, migrants, extreme vetting. 𑗉

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Hawaii attorney general hopes Trump’s visit to his state will serve as a learning experience

Pictured: Hawaii Attorney General Doug Chin

ㅤô¿ô …There is nothing for the President to learn. Essentially refugees are not placed in Hawaii. Chin and other Hawaiians aren’t affected by immigration policy. Doug Chin is just a glory-seeking scumbag acting purely out of self interest. He should be disbarred.

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Refugee Admissions Plummet to 1,242 in First Month of FY 2018

ㅤ”Of particular note is the precipitous drop in the number of refugees admitted from the seven countries whose citizens were temporarily banned from traveling to the United States under the first travel ban, Executive Order 13679, issued by President Trump on January 27, 2017.
ㅤIn October 2017, the first month of FY 2018, only 275 refugees from these seven countries — Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudian, Syria, and Yemen — were admitted to the United States under the Refugee Admissions Program.
ㅤIn contrast, in October 2016, the first month of FY 2017, a total of 4,581 refugees from these seven countries were admitted into the United States under the Refugee Admissions Program (1,352 from Somalia, 1,323 from Iraq, 1,297 from Syria, 414 from Iran, and none from either Libya or Yemen.).”

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Trump Calls For NYC Terror Suspect To Receive Death Penalty

ㅤ”NYC terrorist was happy as he asked to hang ISIS flag in his hospital room,’ the President tweeted late Wednesday evening. ‘He killed 8 people, badly injured 12. SHOULD GET DEATH PENALTY.”

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